ExpressVPN officially launches a comprehensive password management tool

One step closer to becoming an all-in-one privacy software.

ExpressVPN officially launches a comprehensive password management tool
Chema Carvajal Sarabia

Chema Carvajal Sarabia

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For everyone who wants to keep their browsing history safe, dislikes being tracked, and always prioritizes online security, ExpressVPN has launched a very interesting new tool.


After a successful Beta version, ExpressVPN Keys is now available to all users at no additional cost. This means the provider now has a tool to manage and protect all passwords and other sensitive data without the need to subscribe to an additional service.

Furthermore, ExpressVPN is one of the few VPN providers that includes this feature for free. Let’s go over why ExpressVPN Keys is worth considering.

What is ExpressVPN Keys?

In a digital world where the number of online accounts is increasing at the same rate as data breaches, having a reliable way to protect your most confidential data is crucial. And now, with ExpressVPN, you won’t even need an additional app.

With Keys, you can store an unlimited number of logins, passwords, credit/debit card information, and even notes. The tools will also help you generate stronger custom passwords and alert you if your existing passwords are too weak. It also acts as a data breach alert, sending you notifications when your emails or passwords have been compromised.

ExpressVPN Keys not only promises security but also offers convenience. For instance, it can be used as a 2FA authenticator. This means that Keys will automatically generate and fill in time-based one-time passwords (TOTP) of six digits on your behalf when you log into accounts.

It allows you to remotely log out of devices while automatically syncing all your information. Additionally, it can securely unlock your smartphone’s biometric data and autofill credit card information, logins, and passwords.

Keys integrates directly into VPN apps for iOS and Android, as well as a browser extension, and can be used on an unlimited number of devices simultaneously.

In their video, the team explains that Keys was created entirely in-house from the ground up, using zero-knowledge encryption. In December, Cure53 confirmed the security of its infrastructure in an independent audit.

The provider wanted to give anyone the opportunity to check how the software works, adding it to ExpressVPN’s bug bounty program, so other security researchers can test its code and make suggestions.

The provider even published a 43-page whitepaper with more details about the design and technical infrastructure of Keys.

Chema Carvajal Sarabia

Chema Carvajal Sarabia

Journalist specialized in technology, entertainment and video games. Writing about what I'm passionate about (gadgets, games and movies) allows me to stay sane and wake up with a smile on my face when the alarm clock goes off. PS: this is not true 100% of the time.

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